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Another Miracle for Blessed Seelos! DA MIHI ANIMAS - May 18, 2015 ... my neck, and I've had three cervical fusions and four lumbar fusions. "I prayed and prayed and couldn't get relief," he continued. One day last November he was desperate to be rid of the pain — pain that plagued him for so many years and had become unbearable in recent weeks. "I prayed harder than I have ever prayed that I could go to sleep and die," he said, noting he did go to sleep and then had a profound dream. In his dream, he explained, he went to a Mass at St. Frances Cabrini ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/05/another-miracle-for-blessed-seelos.html

Saint Peregrine Laziosi COMMUNIO - May 16, 2015 ... prayer, so that by virtue of Thy goodness and promise, St. Peregrine might be my advocate and provide whatever is needed at that hour. Amen A biography of the Saint that asks God to cure cancer: Today, May 16, we celebrate the feast of Saint Peregrine Laziosi (1260-1345), priest, and patron saint of those suffering with cancer, AIDS, and other serious diseases. Saint Peregrine was miraculously cured during his lifetime of cancer, through his devotion to the suffering Jesus on ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2015/05/saint-peregrine-laziosi/

St. Lucy IMPRISONED IN MY BONES - May 6, 2015 ... cheerful self without a single complaint about what she had been through. She still had many follow-up doctor appointments to attend and last month at one of her appointments she was told that she might need a surgery on the other eye and that it was likely that she could never have children because the strain of pushing a baby during childbirth could permanently damage her vision. She's newly married and she and her husband have just purchased their first house so the hope of ...http://annebender.blogspot.com/2015/05/st-lucy.html

On the Priesthood & The Eucharist During Serious Illness: A Guest Post by Fr Matthew Venuti FEAR NOT LITTLE FLOCK - April 13, 2015 ... communal meal. Mass is not the priest talking to the congregation nor is it the priest performing magic for the people. The mass is the "prayer par excellence" of the Church. The prayer is said by the priest who stands in the place of Jesus, who pleads to the Father through the power of the Holy Spirit. The congregation prays along with the priest to God the Father and says "Lord, hear the prayer of your Son! Grant us remission of our sins and ...http://remnantofremnant.blogspot.com/2015/04/on-priesthood-eucharist-during-serious.html

St. Gemma Galgani: Mystic, Stigmatist, Virgin, Visionary, and Victim Soul CATHOLIC FIRE - April 11, 2015 ... developed cancer of the throat and Gemma nursed him with great care until his death. Gemma had an immense love for the poor, and helped them in any way she could. After her father's death, the nineteen - year -old Gemma became the mother of her seven brothers and sisters. At age 20, Gemma, who from an early age had known loss and bereavement, developed a curvature of the spine. Also, meningitis set in and left her deaf. Large abscesses formed on her head, her hair fell off, ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/04/st-gemma-galgani-mystic-stigmatist.html

Learning Obedience From What We Suffer FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - March 22, 2015 ... years Scott battled the disease courageously, and for the most part he continued to work at ESPN—however, on January 4 th of this year he passed away from cancer at the young age of 49, leaving behind a wife and two children. But before he died he wrote a book—a book that was co-authored by a man named Larry Plath. The book is entitled (appropriately enough), "Every Day I Fight." Now the reason I mention this today is because I saw Larry Plath interviewed last week on television, ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2015/03/learning-obedience-from-what-we-suffer.html

Understanding the Paradoxes of Life CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - February 27, 2015 ... "spiritual cancer" of materialism from the affluent countries. "We see signs of an idolatry of wealth, power and pleasure which come at a high cost to human lives." Korea has shown signs of needing a different spirituality from the one received. There is an emptiness and despair that shows in the number of suicides and as a world leader in cosmetic surgery. When the newly baptized are asked why they have become Catholics the majority answer to find peace. It is true that a ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2015/02/understanding-paradoxes-of-life.html

Healing the Evil of Isolation (Sunday 6B) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - February 15, 2015 ... Gospel, Jesus heals a leper from a devastating illness. It's easy to focus on the physical side of the miracle. And I might have done so this morning if I hadn't looked carefully at where this story appears in Mark's Gospel. It comes near the very beginning, in chapter one. St. Mark had so many stories to choose from as he told his Gospel. Those who eventually organized it in written form had to make all kinds of choices when they ordered the narrative. Yet the healing of a solitary leper is ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2015/02/healing-evil-of-isolation-sunday-6b.html

What Would I Do Without Faith? IN GOD'S COMPANY 2 - February 14, 2015 ... I tried to hold on to my marriage with an alcoholic. Not having the knowledge that the alcoholic had to change themselves, I tried for 14 years trying to find ways to make him stop. From the stress, I had a small breakdown and blamed God for our suffering because he wasn't helping us. What I didn't face was that God gives us choices; Richie's had been to stop drinking or stay with the decision to keep abusing his body, and my choice was to keep living with the confusion, fear, and abuse or do ...http://ingodscompany2.blogspot.com/2015/02/what-would-i-do-without-faith_14.html

Did You Get Your Throat Blessed (yet)? NUNBLOG - February 3, 2015 Last year on the feast of St. Blaise, my sister had an interesting experience. Mary's an OR nurse in a major medical center (not a Catholic hospital) and that day she had gone in and found an extremely agitated patient. Although the patient had asked for (and received) medication to help calm her, it seemed to have no effect. Mary began to speak to the patient, who was scheduled for thyroid surgery. "You know," she said, "today is the feast of St. Blaise. ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2015/02/did-you-get-your-throat-blessed-yet.html